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Author: Nicole Peeler Narrator: Kara Bartell Publisher: Hachette Book Group Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Jinni Series Release Date: March 2015 ISBN: 9781478905271
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Meet Lyla: Jinn, belly dancer, and the hottest new urban fantasy heroine in town.


To escape an arranged marriage, a jinni granted Lyla her wish: to live a thousand years as a jinni herself.

Now, her servitude is ending, but there are a few obstacles in Lyla's path to freedom. A Magi intent on binding her again, a jinni bent on vengeance, and not to mention the nightmare from her past that threatens to make her curse permanent -- and claim her very soul.

Jinn and Juice is a standalone by fantasy writer, Nicole Peeler set in a world of immortal curses, vengeful jinni and belly dancing.
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Quotes & Awards

  • Grounded equally in ancient myth and the challenges of modern life, Jane True lives up to her name ... true, and truly unique! A fascinating, fast-paced, sexy storm of a book. Rachel Caine on Tempest Rising
  • Witty and fun, with a dash of dark suspense. Scifichick.com on Tempest Rising
  • A new star is rising in the urban fantasy world. With her Jane True character, Peeler launches a first-person series that's an exciting journey of self-discovery and murder mystery. RT Book Reviews (4-1/2 Stars) on Tempest Rising
  • Peeler has done it again! Jinn and Juice is a delightful read filled with action, humor, heart, and a heroine to cheer for. And it doesn't hurt that there are also sirens, trolls, bugbears, and plenty of Pittsburgh steel. Kevin Hearne, author of Hounded, on Jinn and Juice
  • Peeler is perfect. Jinn and Juice is her best urban fantasy yet with vibrant characters that leap off the page fully formed from the first line. Fast-paced, rowdy, smart, irresistible, and tender, there's just no one who hits the urban fantasy marks as well as Peeler. Buy this book! Read it! Love it! Kat Richardson on Jinn and Juice
  • This series is urban fantasy at its best! RT Book Reviews Top Pick! (4.5 stars) on Tempest Reborn
  • Nicole Peeler is a master at weaving humor and romance together to create addictive stories and characters! Richelle Mead on Jinn and Juice
  • Snarky, sexy! Beautifully descriptive and painstakingly plotted. Lyla is a smart, sly and just this side of scary. Peeler's world-building is clever and complete with every possible fairy folk character! The other-worldly seems familiar and glamorous all at the same time. And I learned how to curse in a few new languages, so it was educational! Molly Harper on Jinn and Juice
  • Jinn and Juice is a raucous, raunchy tale well told. One thing's certain: you'll never look at Pittsburgh the same way after you've taken Nicole Peeler's mythic joyride up, down, and sideways in pursuit of an abducted teenage girl and freedom from a thousand-year curse. Legend and history, betrayal and love intertwine as the story moves from lascivious sex clubs to the unraveling of a mystery to a magical jinni throw-down which will leave you panting for more. Jinn and Juice is Urban Fantasy at its smartest, naughtiest, funniest best. Juliet Blackwell
  • Winner of Best Urban Fantasy Protagonist, 2013

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About the Author

Nicole Peeler writes urban fantasy and is an associate professor at Seton Hill University, where she codirects their MFA in writing popular fiction. Peeler lives in Pittsburgh, although she’s neither cursed nor a jinni.

About the Narrator

Kara Bartell is an audiobook narrator known for her readings of Little Black Lies by Sandra Block, Range of Light by Valerie Miner, The Fault Tree by Louise Ure, and Long Way Home by Janis Reams Hudson.